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Tuesday, 25 December 2012 12:48

ZTE Grand S snap leaked

Written by Nick Farrell



Two weeks before CES


A snap of the ZTE Grand S smartphone has appeared online, two weeks before it will be launched at CES.

The handset will be wading into a tough market for 5-inch, full HD 1080p displays when it officially arrives in Las Vegas in the second week of January. ZTE has been teasing us by posting sketches on its Sina Weibo account, but it looks like  Engadget has now picked up an official-looking shot from an anonymous tipster.

Still it is not much of a give away. We don’t know the specs for the phone, beyond the display, but a note on the CES website refers to the Grand S as "the world's thinnest for 5 inch FHD smartphones." The likes of Sony, HTC, Sharp, Lenovo and Huawei are all thought to be preparing big-screen 1080p phones so it looks like CES will be packed with them.

More here.

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